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For the Love of Dixie (Kings of Chaos Book 3) by [Colt, Shyla]
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After having her heart broken by Echo, Dixie Dunn makes a new life for herself, away from the Kings Of Chaos. Now, she must return in order to get her stubborn father back to fighting shape after a heart attack. She knows she’ll have to face Echo, as he has made it clear over the years that she still belongs to him. But she refuses to give him any chance to crush her heart again.

Echo, Joel Spencer knows that Dixie hates him, but he also knows she yearns for him. After being forced by his hateful father to practically leave her at the altar when they were teens, he realizes that he has his work cut out for him. One thing is on his side, he knows what she wants and needs. This time, he WILL make her his again, and to hell with whoever gets in his way.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3819 KB
  • Print Length: 234 pages
  • Publisher: Hot Ink Press (24 October 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0176Y6UK6
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #32,046 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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By Kim TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 7 August 2016
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This was a great read. Although k have to say i didnt enjoy as much as book one and two. But i would defi atley recommend. It can be read as a stand alone ut to get the full effect id recommend reading in order
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5.0 out of 5 stars Echo and Dixie stole my heart 3 December 2015
By Josie Melendez - Published on
I have read most of this author’s work, but For the Love of Dixie is one book that will forever be engraved in my memory. This book is a very emotional and controversial read. I love the fact that this author was not afraid to touch on a sensitive real area of life. Not everything is a fairy tale. For the Love of Dixie deals with the ugliness of racism and the hatred that comes along with it. When I started reading this book I was not prepared for just how much this book would affect me and I loved every second of it. This is Dixie and Echo’s story and let me say this, I could not get enough of it.

Dixie Dunn is the daughter of one of the members of the Kings of Chaos MC. She was bought up around the club and instead of being treated like family they did not protect her or take care of her like they should have. Dixie is mixed and because of that she was treated horribly and no one intervened on this young girl’s behalf. The emotional damage she suffered broke my heart. Instead of feeling loved she felt unworthy, unwanted and had poor self-esteem. The only saving grace was the love from Echo. Together Echo and Dixie find a love that was beautiful and clean. That all changes when Echo breaks Dixie’s heart, and she leaves the only home she knows. Dixie’s character was one that I fell in love with immediately. Years later, Dixie returns home after her father becomes ill and Echo is not willing to make the same mistake.

Echo loved Dixie with all his heart. She was the most beautiful woman in the world to him. After his father threatened Dixie and to take away his patch, Echo felt like he had no choice but to break her heart. Over the years, Echo has always regretted his decision and now whenever the opportunity presents itself he makes sure to let her know she’s been claimed.

Echo has grown up over the years, no longer willing to let his father bigoted ways keep them
apart. The only thing standing in his way is Dixie’s anger and Echo is going to make sure she knows that this time it is for life. I loved how Echo was willing to sacrifice is soul to make a change and to be with the woman he has always loved.

The character development and story line was incredibly written, the strong topic matter did not over shadow the epic love story between Echo and Dixie. I really loved this story and could not put his book down.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Echo 27 October 2015
By andrewsheath - Published on
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When it comes to his woman Echo doesn't do anything half a**, “with me. Non-negotiable. You can pick a place you like and I’ll pay the rent, but I’m not doing this part time ***t. When I get to be home, I want it to be with my woman at my side.” I loved the more relaxed Echo, “there’s a lot I’d like to show you right now, but I’ll keep myself in check. If anyone here even sees a part of your a**, I’d be ready to kill them.” She bites her lower lip. “You like it when I go alpha, don’t you?” I love this series I always love Shyla's books.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good story but writing didn't do it for me 18 December 2015
By D.E. Haggerty - Published on
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I love a good MC romance and I enjoyed the previous book in the Kings of Chaos series by Colt. So I was excited to get my hands on this novel. I really liked the idea of this story. It’s not just an MC romance with suspense, but also touches on the very important issue of racism and interracial relationships. Colt handled this well. I felt how much of an outsider Dixie was and the betrayal she felt when no one said anything about the racist comments. There’s a lot going on in this story and previous happenings from A Lighter Shade of Blue come into play as well. Although the story of Echo and Dixie itself is a standalone, you’ll need to read the previous novels to understand some of what’s happening in this story.

The romance between Echo and Dixie is a great second chance romance. I love second chance romances but only when I don’t have to scream at the characters to stop lying to each other and be truthful about the past. There was no yelling with this novel. Echo stepped up and you have to love a man that does that. I didn’t like Dixie as much as Echo. Her psychological-speak was annoying.

Although I liked the overall story and the romance between Dixie and Echo, I was less charmed by the writing. The start of the novel is confusing. There’s a bit of an information dump with all the background information. The flashbacks throughout the novel aren’t seamless. All in all the writing felt a bit staccato, jumpy, and hurried. The sex scenes didn’t do it for me either, but that’s probably because it gives me the creeps when a woman calls her lover ‘daddy’.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A dark yet hopeful book! A good read, twists I was not expecting! 15 November 2015
By Dana Busenbark - Published on
In this third book of the Kings of Chaos series, we find out more about Dixie, her father, and what drove her away from the clubhouse and the Kings. Though as she puts it, she comes back when she needs to or when she is asked to. I loved that comment when she stood up to someone that really didn't like her because her mother was black. His son makes life more interesting. She ends up coming back, because her father is admitted to the hospital. What happens when she comes back to the club house 2 months earlier for Blue and Shadow's wedding? What happens when she comes back when her father is in the hospital. What happened with Mouth that originally made Dixie leave the club and her father and friends? How is she treated when she comes home by Mouth and the others? What does Echo do to help protector her and be able to retaliate on her behalf? Be on the lookout for the next bit of Calla drama in this book and the crap she is trying to do from prison. It blew my mind! They definitely have some trials ahead of them, and with work, they will get through those trials. It was interesting to see what happened throughout the book and how things changed and became worse and better. I cannot wait for the next book in this series. Shyla Colt is a fantastic writer!

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The boy she was in love with when she left is still around and intends ... 6 January 2016
By Laurie P - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
> After going away to college and finding her own way, Dixie Rose is abruptly back where she started when her father has a heart attack. She has to confront the fear, anger and other feelings she had buried inside. The boy she was in love with when she left is still around and intends to claim her. How is Dixie going to get through it all? Echo has never known the extent of the insults Dixie was subjected to. What happens when things start to go south for the MC? Can they come out a better club on the other end?

I felt a lot of sympathy towards Dixie. She sure had a time of it. The author makes you feel all the hurt and turmoil going on in Dixie's life and the life of Echo, her MC boyfriend. It made me really want a happy ending for those two.
If you like MC stories, this is a must read!

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